Russia bans Attack on Titan live action film

Russian government have restricted access to various iconic films inlcuding Attack on Titan live action film and recently released Mortal Kombat.

Previously, Russian government had banned many isekai anime including KonoSuba and Mushoku Tensei. Reason given for banning was that these anime introduce the belief of life after death, which can be potentially dangerous for youth. So the Russian court decided to ban most of the isekai anime.

Unfortunately, the streak of banning did not stopped just their. Recently, district court of St. Petersburg ruled on July 7 that Attack on Titan live action and Mortal Kombat: Revenge of Scorpion should be banned immediately.

St. Peterburg court also said that according to the findings of experts “Attack on Titan live action film footage includes scenes incomparable in cruelty, naked titans hurt people, river of blood are shown, and the final scene of the film shows hopelessness and powerlessness. Watching this film by minors can harm the mental health and spirtual and moral development of children


Attack on Titan is set in a world where humanity lives inside cities surrounded by three enormous walls that protect them from the gigantic man-eating humanoids referred to as Titans; the story follows Eren Yeager, who vows to exterminate the Titans after a Titan brings about the destruction of his hometown and the death of his mother.

Source: Bounding into Comics

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